Mr. G's AP World History


Useful Websites:

  1. Stearns Textbook (the one we use). Outlines, exercises and quizzes.
  2. Prentice Hall AP World History textbook site. Lots of exercises/quizzes to do.
  3. Houghton Mifflin textbook site. Outlines, exercises and quizzes.
  4. AP World History Official College Board Website. Class information and sample questions to look at.
  5. Mr. Burnett’s AP WH Website. A great site full of useful WH information.

Useful Resources:

  1. ALL Released AP Free-Response Questions: This link will take you to the AP College Board website where you’ll be able to download ALL the free-response questions from past AP exams. The official questions, the scoring guidelines, and a comprehensive list of sample student responses are all on offer.
  2. A ridiculously HUGE list of AP vocabulary. Use this to prepare for the final exam. It seems daunting at first, but commit yourself to it for a few weeks and you’ll master it. Also, click HERE, HERE, and HERE for other useful vocabulary lists.
  3. Civilization REVIEW CHARTS. Click HERE to download a chart that will help you organize the most important characteristics of the ancient civilizations we studied. Click HERE for the early empires review chart. And click HERE for a world religions & philosophies review chart.
  4. Click HERE for a massive rapid-fire list of important historical dates.

Useful PowerPoints:

  1. Chinese Dynasties Overview
  2. East Asia Influences Confucianism Taoism Shinto
  3. Maurya-Gupta Empires
  4. Review 1450-1750 CE
  5. Napoleon
  6. The Great Depression
  7. The Cold War
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